Vapor Recovery During Barge Degassing

The PETROGAS system can handle any level of emissions and any variety of products.  It is designed to operate unmanned using remote start/stop controls.

It is compatible with Over 150 VOC and HAP Compounds.

Petroleum, petrochemicals, and specialty chemicals are compatible with the PETROGAS vapor recovery systems. PETROGAS can also recover the vapors of acrylates and chlorinated solvents. The PETROGAS system can handle multiple products without cross-contamination.

This one system will handle anything sent to it without producing any carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, or chlorine or sulfur dioxides exhaust emissions.

Handles Any Level of Dock Activity

Most Barge Degassing docks operate at unpredictable times and at various volume levels. The unique technology allows the PETROGAS system to handle maximum vapor emissions all the way down to the lowest emission level.

The PETROGAS system guarantees recovery efficiencies at maximum and minimum levels, and it performs just as well at either end of the spectrum. When your dock is inactive, the PETROGAS system becomes dormant and stands ready for the next Degassing operation.

The U.S. Coast Guard is concerned with the safety of personnel, damage to property, and the pollution of the waterways. If a vapor control system is mandated, the design, specifications, and installation will need to be in accordance with the Navigation and Vessel Inspection Circular (NVIC) No. 1-96.

Marine Vapor Control System

A total PETROGAS System, as mandated by NVIC No. 1-96, has a Barge Vapor Collection System, Vessel Monitoring System, Facility Dock Safety Skid, Blower or Compressor System, Vapor Recovery Processor System, Recovered Product Storage, and a Control System to monitor all of the above and give alarms or shutdowns as required. USCG certification is included.